Pusha T releases his new music video, "King Push."
Pusha sticks with the drug lord demeanor here, and his wordplay is impeccable. "My first Grammy was my first brick/Red carpet every bad bitch/More B.M.F. than Billboard/I got a label deal under my mattress" he raps over a Joaquin Phoenix track that features audio sampling effects similar to Kanye West's "New Slaves." There might even be a subliminal or two. Most notably, when Push spits, "I don't sing hooks." Take a wild guess as to who that might be directed at.
"King Push" is the opening song on Pusha T's upcoming debut album My Name Is My Name, which is due October 8.
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